PebbleCreek has the best volunteers

Suzanne Butler, Publicity

When it comes to volunteering to help with a worthwhile cause, you can always count on PebbleCreek residents to step up to the plate! The recent 21st annual Fall Home and Garden Tour was just another example of so many people pulling together to help others less fortunate. Not only did this event raise over $10,000 for the City of Goodyear Shop with a Cop program to help children in need, it brought together over 10 volunteers to make the event happen.

We would like to recognize the hosts and hostesses for this event who volunteered their time to help ensure the success of the Fall Home and Garden Tour.

Jackie Armstrong, Debbie Barbe, Jean Bee, Barbar Belonax, Joanne Benz, Chris Booth, Jackie Brandt, Bev Buck, Tom Buck, John Caldwell, Kaye Caldwell, Jean Carpenter, Doug Christensen, Jerri Christensen, Lynn Cline, Nancy Cole-Sriver, Carolyn Curley, Jill Derkits ,John Derkits, Victoria Dickinson, Shirley Dickover, Margaret Douglas, Judy Freidman, Loretta Fuss, Donna Goranson, Camille Grabb, Lorene Greer, Judie Harden, Karen Harper, Connie Haskell, Lynn Havens, Kayleen Herrema, Carol Horan, Patricia Horyna, Arlene Hunt, Sheila Jacobson, Patricia Jensen, Elaine Johnson, Leticia Johnson, Madeline Johnson, Trudy Johnson, Gail Jones, Linda Julius, Joan Knight, Audrey Knudten, Janis Korba, Dorothy Kreps, Lindsay Laven, Marsha Lisle, Nancy Love, Barbara Mailoux, Judy Maloney, Carol Manning, Mary Marlow, Jerry Marshall, Pam Marshall, Yolany Marson, Joanna McAleer, Karen McFall, Carol Miller, Marilyn Nagy, Priscilla Naworski, Sandy Padgitt, Dee Dee Patrick, Chuck Patton, Marie Rausa, Jenny Rex, Kate Schimelpfening, Linda Shaver, Kathy Sheard, Ann Silverstein, Julie Walmsley, Georgia Weinstein, Marty West, Pat West, Norma Whitley, Gerri Zweigmaum

Many thanks to these hosts and hostesses and to the many PebbleCreek residents who supported the event with the ticket purchases and donations.